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How did I get to the wrong tea party? The Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts were presiding, and only rich people were welcomed, while outside the coal companies were busy blowing up our mountains, and our fish were drowning in oil.
Plenty of goodies were on the table, but the Queen kept shouting, "Off with their heads" when hungry people asked for bread. Social Security for these people? Only an unconstitutional dream, says my congressman. Hope we don't all go down the rabbit hole.